Yes," replied the Public Treasury, "I am familiar with
the hauls of legislation.
Every one should be familiar with all the poems of Milton mentioned in the text.
Read a dozen or more of the 'Spectator' papers, from the De Coverly papers if you are not already familiar with them, otherwise others.
Every one should be familiar with the speech 'On Conciliation with America.
Unless you are already familiar with 'Sartor Resartus' read in it Book II, chapters 6-9, and also if by any means possible Book III, chapters 5 and 8.
When the cigar store is raided, he winks at the officer, familiar with
his ground, and walks away immune, while you and I search among the Presidents for names, and among the stars for addresses to give the desk sergeant.
Though at the time I but ill comprehended not a few of his words, yet subsequent disclosures, when I had become more familiar with
his broken phraseology, now enable me to present the whole story such as it may prove in the mere skeleton I give.
In future, however, I will thank you to speak in a language which I am more familiar with
Familiar with the tribal idiosyncrasies of a great number of African tribes over a considerable proportion of the Dark Continent, the Tarmangani at last felt reasonably assured that he knew from what part of Africa this slave had come, and the dialect of his people.
When Otobu asked the man, at Tarzan's suggestion, if he was familiar with the interior of the king's palace, he replied that he was; that he was a friend of Prince Metak, one of the king's sons, and that he often visited the palace and that Metak also came here to his father's palace frequently.
Sing, however, was as familiar with
it as was von Horn.
The soldier never becomes wholly familiar with
the conception of his foes as men like himself; he cannot divest himself of the feeling that they are another order of beings, differently conditioned, in an environment not altogether of the earth.
Sir,' I say (for this last question of his outrages me, and I have done being familiar with
He described him as a man of skill in all Christian modes of physical science, and likewise familiar with
whatever the savage people could teach in respect to medicinal herbs and roots that grew in the forest.
Clare was now so familiar with
the spot that he knew the individual cows by their names when, a long distance off, he saw them dotted about the meads.